History Disney / BeautyAndTheBeast

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* ActorAllusion:
** Cogsworth is a lot like Creator/DavidOgdenStiers's ''Series/{{Mash}}'' character, Major Charles Emerson Winchester III; in fact, like much like Charles, Stiers gave Cogsworth an accent to emphasize what an uptight snob he can be.

to:

* ActorAllusion:
**
ActorAllusion: Cogsworth is a lot like Creator/DavidOgdenStiers's ''Series/{{Mash}}'' character, Major Charles Emerson Winchester III; in fact, like much like Charles, Stiers gave Cogsworth an accent to emphasize what an uptight snob he can be.



%%%%%%%%%%% Zero context example.
%%%%%* AdorablyPrecociousChild: Chip.
* {{Adorkable}}:
** The Beast at times during his more awkward moments. Belle spells out what Adorkable is in her song "Something There".
--->'''Belle''': There's something sweet, and almost kind ... but now he's dear, and so unsure.

to:

%%%%%%%%%%% Zero context example.
%%%%%*
* AdorablyPrecociousChild: Chip.
* {{Adorkable}}:
**
{{Adorkable}}: The Beast at times during his more awkward moments. Belle spells out what Adorkable is in her song "Something There".
--->'''Belle''': -->'''Belle''': There's something sweet, and almost kind ... but now he's dear, and so unsure.



* AesopCollateralDamage: The household staff, doomed to be objects until their prince learns his lesson. The Broadway version softens the collateral damage by having the staff discuss that they were the ones who had let the Beast turn into a {{spoiled brat}} in the first place, however it still doesn't justify turning a ''seven year old'' into a teacup [[note]] Assuming the Enchantress is one of the Fair Folk, then this could be mercy; leaving human would lead to a strange orphan-like relationship with his immortal teapot mother but this is getting into speculation [[/note]].

to:

* AesopCollateralDamage: The household staff, doomed to be objects until their prince learns his lesson. The Broadway version softens the collateral damage by having the staff discuss that they were the ones who had let the Beast turn into a {{spoiled brat}} in the first place, however it still doesn't justify turning a ''seven year old'' into a teacup [[note]] Assuming [[note]]Assuming the Enchantress is one of the Fair Folk, then this could be mercy; leaving human would lead to a strange orphan-like relationship with his immortal teapot mother but this is getting into speculation [[/note]].speculation[[/note]].



* TheAgeless: Implied to be the case with Beast and his staff, as the Beast's adult human form is shown in the prologue as a portrait and Chip couldn't have been conceived after that point.

to:

* TheAgeless: Implied to be the case with the Beast and his staff, as the Beast's his adult human form is shown in the prologue as a portrait and Chip couldn't have been conceived after that point.



%%%%* AmericanGothicCouple: Cogsworth and Mrs. Potts looking like this during the CutSong (and later restored for the special edition release) "Human Again."

to:

%%%%* * AmericanGothicCouple: Cogsworth and Mrs. Potts looking like this during the CutSong (and later restored for the special edition release) "Human Again."



%%%%* AshFace: Cogsworth, in the "Be Our Guest" number,

to:

%%%%* AshFace: Cogsworth, in the "Be Our Guest" number,number.



* BeastMan: The prince was cursed into a chimera-like creature who, though he walks on all fours, is still humanoid, .

to:

* BeastMan: The prince was cursed into a chimera-like creature who, though he walks on all fours, is still humanoid, .humanoid.



%%%%** Cogsworth and the wardrobe in the musical, though it's less obvious.

to:

%%%%** ** Cogsworth and the wardrobe in the musical, though it's less obvious.



* ConspicuousCG:
** The ballroom sequence hasn't aged too well, but at the time it was considered ''spectacular'' and a huge step forward in animation techniques. The scene still impresses with the way the traditionally-animated characters maintain a precise perspective with the CG background. And [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments a heartwarming sequence set to a haunting-yet-beautiful song never ages]].

to:

* ConspicuousCG:
**
ConspicuousCG: The ballroom sequence hasn't aged too well, but at the time it was considered ''spectacular'' and a huge step forward in animation techniques. The scene still impresses with the way the traditionally-animated characters maintain a precise perspective with the CG background. And [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments a heartwarming sequence set to a haunting-yet-beautiful song never ages]].



%%%%* CoolHorse: Phillipe.
* CostumePorn: Belle's magnificent yellow ball gown for her DanceOfRomance with the Beast, among other slightly less fancy dresses. Then there is Beast's formal blue suit, which makes him look a ''lot'' more like a prince.

to:

%%%%* * CoolHorse: Phillipe.
* CostumePorn: Belle's magnificent yellow ball gown for her DanceOfRomance with the Beast, among other slightly less fancy dresses. Then there is Beast's formal blue suit, which makes him look a ''lot'' more like a prince.



%%%%% " The Beast has these." is not context.
%%%%%* ExpressiveEars:

to:

%%%%% " * ExpressiveEars: The Beast has these." is not context.
%%%%%* ExpressiveEars:



* GentleGiant: In the film's second half, the tall and broad chimera is also a sweetheart thanks to LoveRedeems.

to:

* GentleGiant: In the film's second half, the tall and broad chimera Beast is also a sweetheart thanks to LoveRedeems.



** Gaston, on the other hand, is a textbook example of a {{Jerkass}}, through and through; mean, manipulative, selfish etc.

to:

** Gaston, on the other hand, is a textbook example of a {{Jerkass}}, through and through; mean, manipulative, selfish selfish, etc.



* LanternJawOfJustice: Gaston has strong and square jaw... but he's [[InvertedTrope a villain]].

to:

* LanternJawOfJustice: Gaston has a strong and square jaw... but he's [[InvertedTrope a villain]].



* LightningBruiser: Despite his size, Beast is agile, fast and able to beat wolves.
* LimaSyndrome: Beast falling for his captive, Belle. It is a deconstruction; by the time this happened, she was less a captive and more like an honored guest that wasn't allowed to leave.

to:

* LightningBruiser: Beast. Despite his size, Beast he's is agile, fast and able to beat wolves.
* LimaSyndrome: Beast falling for his captive, Belle. It is a deconstruction; by the time this happened, she was less a captive and more like an honored guest that wasn't allowed to leave.



* LiteralMetaphor: Get it?! [[spoiler:Gaston stabbed the Beast in the back!]]



* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: Most of the cast; as ''MAD Magazine'' pointed out in their parody, this is especially noticeable because of Lumiere's extremely pronounced accent. Cogsworth and Mrs. Potts have ''British'' accents, because all butlers ''must'' be British. They shouldn't even be speaking English anyway, so....artistic license.

to:

* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: Most of the cast; as ''MAD Magazine'' pointed out in their parody, this is especially noticeable because of Lumiere's extremely pronounced accent. Cogsworth and Mrs. Potts have ''British'' accents, because all butlers ''must'' be British. They shouldn't even be speaking English anyway, so....so...artistic license.



** Beast gets one when he's drives Belle out of the West Wing; after a moment he realizes what he's done - quite possibly scared away his ''only'' chance of breaking the spell - and [[FacePalm he buries his face in his hand]] [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone in despair.]]

to:

** Beast gets one earlier in the film, when he's drives Belle out of the West Wing; after a moment he realizes what he's done - quite possibly scared away his ''only'' chance of breaking the spell - and [[FacePalm he buries his face in his hand]] [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone in despair.]]



* PetTheDog: The Beast learning to feed the birds in the "Something There" sequence is a crystal clear indication that he's no longer anti-villain and is trying to be more kind and noble.

to:

* PetTheDog: The Beast learning to feed the birds in the "Something There" sequence sequence, which is a crystal clear indication that he's no longer an anti-villain and is trying to be more kind and noble. noble.



* PlayingHardToGet: What Gaston tends to think Belle wants him and is just making him catch her, which suits both is ego and his hunting trait. Naturally, she's honestly not interested in him.
* PleaseIWillDoAnything: Twice, someone beseeches the Beast to show mercy, and both times he does.

to:

* PlayingHardToGet: What Gaston tends to think Belle wants him and is just making him catch her, which suits both is his ego and his hunting trait. Naturally, she's honestly not interested in him.
him.
* PleaseIWillDoAnything: Twice, someone beseeches the Beast to show mercy, and both times he does.



* ThePollyanna: The servants are as desperate as the Beast for breaking the spell but they are also more optimistic and at least try to keep their lifes as normal as they can.

to:

* ThePollyanna: The servants servants. They are as desperate as the Beast for breaking the spell but spell. But they are also more optimistic and at least try to keep their lifes as normal as they can. can.



* PrimalStance: The Beast is stuck in this pose for the first half of the movie; in fact it's kind of hard to tell just how tall he is because he spends so much time bent over. The first shot of Belle and the Beast standing face-to-face shows that while he's taller than her she can still look him directly in the eye. The ballroom scene is one of the few times he's actually standing up straight and it becomes obvious that he completely dwarfs her. Gaston, who stands and walks upright, until near the end of the film, he reveals his evil self and starts to stand and walk like this.

to:

* PrimalStance: The Beast is stuck in this pose for the first half of the movie; in fact it's kind of hard to tell just how tall he is because he spends so much time bent over. The first shot of Belle and the Beast standing face-to-face shows that while he's taller than her she can still look him directly in the eye. The ballroom scene is one of the few times he's actually standing up straight and it becomes obvious that he completely dwarfs her. Gaston, who stands and walks upright, until near the end of the film, he reveals his evil self and starts to stand and walk like this.this



** Gaston pretends he's doing this when he goes to kill the Beast because he paints the Beast as a monster.

to:

** Gaston pretends he's doing this when he goes to kill the Beast because he paints the Beast him as a monster. monster.



* ScreamsLikeALittleGirl: Gaston screams like the opposite of a paragon of manliness as [[spoiler: [[DisneyVillainDeath falls to his doom]].]]
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere:
** After Beast rages at Belle for nearly touching the rose, Belle realizes she'd be in too much danger if she stayed. She comes back mainly because Beast saved her from a pack of wolves.

to:

* ScreamsLikeALittleGirl: Gaston screams like the opposite of a paragon of manliness as he [[spoiler: [[DisneyVillainDeath falls to his doom]].]]
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere:
**
ScrewThisImOuttaHere: After Beast rages at Belle for nearly touching the rose, Belle realizes she'd be in too much danger if she stayed. She comes back mainly because Beast saved her from a pack of wolves.



* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Belle shuns the good-looking but thoroughly vain and egomaniac Gaston and disliked the Beast initially because of his monstrous looks and serious temper problems. Once the Beast shows he is brave, thoughtful and capable of good, she falls for him.

to:

* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Belle shuns the good-looking but thoroughly vain and egomaniac Gaston and disliked the Beast initially because of his monstrous looks and serious temper problems. Once the Beast shows he is brave, thoughtful determined and capable of good, she falls for him. him.



* SmugSnake: Gaston shows the classic 'too confident to fail' attitude when he storyboards his EvilPlan.
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: This movie does better with female cast members than other Disney Renaissance Movies. Belle is the protagonist with Mrs Potts in a big supporting role. There's also a sizeable collection of female side characters like the wardrobe, the feather duster and Gaston's three Bimbettes.
* SoftWater: This is realistically averted, when one logically combines the DisneyVillainDeath and FreezeFrameBonus tropes from above: though his tumble was evidently into the castle's moat (though we never hear the splash for some reason), the villain must not have survived.

to:

* SmugSnake: Gaston shows the classic 'too "too confident to fail' fail" attitude when he storyboards his EvilPlan.
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: This movie does Does better with female cast members better than other Disney Renaissance Movies. Belle is the protagonist with Mrs Potts in a big supporting role. There's also a sizeable collection of female side characters like the wardrobe, the feather duster and Gaston's three Bimbettes.
* SoftWater: This is realistically Realistically averted, when one logically combines the DisneyVillainDeath and FreezeFrameBonus tropes from above: though his tumble was evidently into the castle's moat (though we never hear the splash for some reason), the villain must not have survived.



* SophisticatedAsHell: Gaston in his VillainSong, singing about "expectorating" in the same song as how "slick" he is.

to:

* SophisticatedAsHell: Gaston in his VillainSong, singing about "expectorating" in the same song way as how "slick" he is. is.



* SpotlightStealingSquad: [=LeFou=] is this in the theatrical version because watching him lead another chorus of "No one Xs like Gaston!" is somehow twice as funny with a live person on stage.

to:

* SpotlightStealingSquad: [=LeFou=] is this in the theatrical version because watching version. Watching him lead another chorus of "No one Xs like Gaston!" is somehow twice as funny with a live person on stage.



* SteamPunk: Maurice's automatic wood-chopping machine is steam powered. It appears to be the ''only'' thing steam powered in the entire village as well as a new invention.

to:

* SteamPunk: Maurice's automatic wood-chopping machine is steam powered. It appears to be the ''only'' thing that's steam powered in the entire village as well as a new invention. invention.



* VillainousCrush: Gaston's crush on Belle is villainous because he is goes to vile and extreme lengths to make her accept it.

to:

* VillainousCrush: Gaston's crush on Belle is villainous because he is goes to vile and extreme lengths to make her accept it. Gaston, for Belle.



* VillainSong: "Gaston" is a monument to Gaston's titanic ego. Also, "The Mob Song" is lead by Gaston at his most evil and describes his plan to kill his rival in love.
* TheVillainSucksSong: The praises heaped upon Gaston in "Gaston" are somewhat double-edged, such as he bites in wrestling matches, takes cheap shots, and overturns tables when he losses.

to:

* VillainSong: "Gaston" is a monument to Gaston's titanic ego. Also, and its reprise, "The Mob Song" is lead by Gaston at his most evil and describes his plan to kill his rival in love.
Song".
* TheVillainSucksSong: The praises heaped upon Gaston in "Gaston" the song are somewhat double-edged, such as he bites biting in wrestling matches, takes taking cheap shots, and overturns flipping tables when he losses. loses.



* WildHair: The Beast has this in a mane form at his most beastly. It better groomed by the end of the movie as he recovers his humanity.

to:

* WildHair: The Beast has this in a mane form at his most beastly. It better groomed by the end of the movie as he recovers his humanity. form.



* XanatosSpeedChess: Gaston's plotting in the second half of the film is a result of quickly adapting to meet new conditions. Belle refuses to marry him? Use Maurice's rantings to declare him insane and blackmail her. She proves Maurice was telling the truth? Rally the town to kill the Beast now that he knows Belle loves him. Find himself outmatched? Beg for his life and then backstab.

to:

* XanatosSpeedChess: Gaston's plotting in the second half of the film is a result of quickly adapting to meet new conditions. Belle refuses to marry him? Use Maurice's rantings to declare him insane and blackmail her. She proves Maurice was telling the truth? Rally the town to kill the Beast now that he knows Belle loves him. Find himself outmatched? Beg for his life and then literally backstab.
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* ActorAllusion:
** Cogsworth is a lot like Creator/DavidOgdenStiers's ''Series/{{Mash}}'' character, Major Charles Emerson Winchester III; in fact, like much like Charles, Stiers gave Cogsworth an accent to emphasize what an uptight snob he can be.

to:

* ActorAllusion:
**
ActorAllusion: Cogsworth is a lot like Creator/DavidOgdenStiers's ''Series/{{Mash}}'' character, Major Charles Emerson Winchester III; in fact, like much like Charles, Stiers gave Cogsworth an accent to emphasize what an uptight snob he can be.



%%%%%%%%%%% Zero context example.
%%%%%* AdorablyPrecociousChild: Chip.
* {{Adorkable}}:
** The Beast at times during his more awkward moments. Belle spells out what Adorkable is in her song "Something There".
--->'''Belle''': There's something sweet, and almost kind ... but now he's dear, and so unsure.

to:

%%%%%%%%%%% Zero context example.
%%%%%*
* AdorablyPrecociousChild: Chip.
* {{Adorkable}}:
**
{{Adorkable}}: The Beast at times during his more awkward moments. Belle spells out what Adorkable is in her song "Something There".
--->'''Belle''': -->'''Belle''': There's something sweet, and almost kind ... but now he's dear, and so unsure.



* AesopCollateralDamage: The household staff, doomed to be objects until their prince learns his lesson. The Broadway version softens the collateral damage by having the staff discuss that they were the ones who had let the Beast turn into a {{spoiled brat}} in the first place, however it still doesn't justify turning a ''seven year old'' into a teacup [[note]] Assuming the Enchantress is one of the Fair Folk, then this could be mercy; leaving human would lead to a strange orphan-like relationship with his immortal teapot mother but this is getting into speculation [[/note]].

to:

* AesopCollateralDamage: The household staff, doomed to be objects until their prince learns his lesson. The Broadway version softens the collateral damage by having the staff discuss that they were the ones who had let the Beast turn into a {{spoiled brat}} in the first place, however it still doesn't justify turning a ''seven year old'' into a teacup [[note]] Assuming [[note]]Assuming the Enchantress is one of the Fair Folk, then this could be mercy; leaving human would lead to a strange orphan-like relationship with his immortal teapot mother but this is getting into speculation [[/note]].speculation[[/note]].



* TheAgeless: Implied to be the case with Beast and his staff, as the Beast's adult human form is shown in the prologue as a portrait and Chip couldn't have been conceived after that point.

to:

* TheAgeless: Implied to be the case with the Beast and his staff, as the Beast's his adult human form is shown in the prologue as a portrait and Chip couldn't have been conceived after that point.



%%%%* AmericanGothicCouple: Cogsworth and Mrs. Potts looking like this during the CutSong (and later restored for the special edition release) "Human Again."

to:

%%%%* * AmericanGothicCouple: Cogsworth and Mrs. Potts looking like this during the CutSong (and later restored for the special edition release) "Human Again."



%%%%* AshFace: Cogsworth, in the "Be Our Guest" number,

to:

%%%%* AshFace: Cogsworth, in the "Be Our Guest" number,number.



* BeastMan: The prince was cursed into a chimera-like creature who, though he walks on all fours, is still humanoid, .

to:

* BeastMan: The prince was cursed into a chimera-like creature who, though he walks on all fours, is still humanoid, .humanoid.



%%%%** Cogsworth and the wardrobe in the musical, though it's less obvious.

to:

%%%%** ** Cogsworth and the wardrobe in the musical, though it's less obvious.



* ConspicuousCG:
** The ballroom sequence hasn't aged too well, but at the time it was considered ''spectacular'' and a huge step forward in animation techniques. The scene still impresses with the way the traditionally-animated characters maintain a precise perspective with the CG background. And [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments a heartwarming sequence set to a haunting-yet-beautiful song never ages]].

to:

* ConspicuousCG:
**
ConspicuousCG: The ballroom sequence hasn't aged too well, but at the time it was considered ''spectacular'' and a huge step forward in animation techniques. The scene still impresses with the way the traditionally-animated characters maintain a precise perspective with the CG background. And [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments a heartwarming sequence set to a haunting-yet-beautiful song never ages]].



%%%%* CoolHorse: Phillipe.
* CostumePorn: Belle's magnificent yellow ball gown for her DanceOfRomance with the Beast, among other slightly less fancy dresses. Then there is Beast's formal blue suit, which makes him look a ''lot'' more like a prince.

to:

%%%%* * CoolHorse: Phillipe.
* CostumePorn: Belle's magnificent yellow ball gown for her DanceOfRomance with the Beast, among other slightly less fancy dresses. Then there is Beast's formal blue suit, which makes him look a ''lot'' more like a prince.



%%%%% " The Beast has these." is not context.
%%%%%* ExpressiveEars:

to:

%%%%% " * ExpressiveEars: The Beast has these." is not context.
%%%%%* ExpressiveEars:



* GentleGiant: In the film's second half, the tall and broad chimera is also a sweetheart thanks to LoveRedeems.

to:

* GentleGiant: In the film's second half, the tall and broad chimera Beast is also a sweetheart thanks to LoveRedeems.



** Gaston, on the other hand, is a textbook example of a {{Jerkass}}, through and through; mean, manipulative, selfish etc.

to:

** Gaston, on the other hand, is a textbook example of a {{Jerkass}}, through and through; mean, manipulative, selfish selfish, etc.



* LanternJawOfJustice: Gaston has strong and square jaw... but he's [[InvertedTrope a villain]].

to:

* LanternJawOfJustice: Gaston has a strong and square jaw... but he's [[InvertedTrope a villain]].



* LightningBruiser: Despite his size, Beast is agile, fast and able to beat wolves.
* LimaSyndrome: Beast falling for his captive, Belle. It is a deconstruction; by the time this happened, she was less a captive and more like an honored guest that wasn't allowed to leave.

to:

* LightningBruiser: Beast. Despite his size, Beast he's is agile, fast and able to beat wolves.
* LimaSyndrome: Beast falling for his captive, Belle. It is a deconstruction; by the time this happened, she was less a captive and more like an honored guest that wasn't allowed to leave.



* LiteralMetaphor: Get it?! [[spoiler:Gaston stabbed the Beast in the back!]]



* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: Most of the cast; as ''MAD Magazine'' pointed out in their parody, this is especially noticeable because of Lumiere's extremely pronounced accent. Cogsworth and Mrs. Potts have ''British'' accents, because all butlers ''must'' be British. They shouldn't even be speaking English anyway, so....artistic license.

to:

* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: Most of the cast; as ''MAD Magazine'' pointed out in their parody, this is especially noticeable because of Lumiere's extremely pronounced accent. Cogsworth and Mrs. Potts have ''British'' accents, because all butlers ''must'' be British. They shouldn't even be speaking English anyway, so....so...artistic license.



** Beast gets one when he's drives Belle out of the West Wing; after a moment he realizes what he's done - quite possibly scared away his ''only'' chance of breaking the spell - and [[FacePalm he buries his face in his hand]] [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone in despair.]]

to:

** Beast gets one earlier in the film, when he's drives Belle out of the West Wing; after a moment he realizes what he's done - quite possibly scared away his ''only'' chance of breaking the spell - and [[FacePalm he buries his face in his hand]] [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone in despair.]]



* PetTheDog: The Beast learning to feed the birds in the "Something There" sequence is a crystal clear indication that he's no longer anti-villain and is trying to be more kind and noble.

to:

* PetTheDog: The Beast learning to feed the birds in the "Something There" sequence sequence, which is a crystal clear indication that he's no longer an anti-villain and is trying to be more kind and noble. noble.



* PlayingHardToGet: What Gaston tends to think Belle wants him and is just making him catch her, which suits both is ego and his hunting trait. Naturally, she's honestly not interested in him.
* PleaseIWillDoAnything: Twice, someone beseeches the Beast to show mercy, and both times he does.

to:

* PlayingHardToGet: What Gaston tends to think Belle wants him and is just making him catch her, which suits both is his ego and his hunting trait. Naturally, she's honestly not interested in him.
him.
* PleaseIWillDoAnything: Twice, someone beseeches the Beast to show mercy, and both times he does.



* ThePollyanna: The servants are as desperate as the Beast for breaking the spell but they are also more optimistic and at least try to keep their lifes as normal as they can.

to:

* ThePollyanna: The servants servants. They are as desperate as the Beast for breaking the spell but spell. But they are also more optimistic and at least try to keep their lifes as normal as they can. can.



* PrimalStance: The Beast is stuck in this pose for the first half of the movie; in fact it's kind of hard to tell just how tall he is because he spends so much time bent over. The first shot of Belle and the Beast standing face-to-face shows that while he's taller than her she can still look him directly in the eye. The ballroom scene is one of the few times he's actually standing up straight and it becomes obvious that he completely dwarfs her. Gaston, who stands and walks upright, until near the end of the film, he reveals his evil self and starts to stand and walk like this.

to:

* PrimalStance: The Beast is stuck in this pose for the first half of the movie; in fact it's kind of hard to tell just how tall he is because he spends so much time bent over. The first shot of Belle and the Beast standing face-to-face shows that while he's taller than her she can still look him directly in the eye. The ballroom scene is one of the few times he's actually standing up straight and it becomes obvious that he completely dwarfs her. Gaston, who stands and walks upright, until near the end of the film, he reveals his evil self and starts to stand and walk like this.this



** Gaston pretends he's doing this when he goes to kill the Beast because he paints the Beast as a monster.

to:

** Gaston pretends he's doing this when he goes to kill the Beast because he paints the Beast him as a monster. monster.



* ScreamsLikeALittleGirl: Gaston screams like the opposite of a paragon of manliness as [[spoiler: [[DisneyVillainDeath falls to his doom]].]]
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere:
** After Beast rages at Belle for nearly touching the rose, Belle realizes she'd be in too much danger if she stayed. She comes back mainly because Beast saved her from a pack of wolves.

to:

* ScreamsLikeALittleGirl: Gaston screams like the opposite of a paragon of manliness as he [[spoiler: [[DisneyVillainDeath falls to his doom]].]]
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere:
**
ScrewThisImOuttaHere: After Beast rages at Belle for nearly touching the rose, Belle realizes she'd be in too much danger if she stayed. She comes back mainly because Beast saved her from a pack of wolves.



* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Belle shuns the good-looking but thoroughly vain and egomaniac Gaston and disliked the Beast initially because of his monstrous looks and serious temper problems. Once the Beast shows he is brave, thoughtful and capable of good, she falls for him.

to:

* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Belle shuns the good-looking but thoroughly vain and egomaniac Gaston and disliked the Beast initially because of his monstrous looks and serious temper problems. Once the Beast shows he is brave, thoughtful determined and capable of good, she falls for him. him.



* SmugSnake: Gaston shows the classic 'too confident to fail' attitude when he storyboards his EvilPlan.
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: This movie does better with female cast members than other Disney Renaissance Movies. Belle is the protagonist with Mrs Potts in a big supporting role. There's also a sizeable collection of female side characters like the wardrobe, the feather duster and Gaston's three Bimbettes.
* SoftWater: This is realistically averted, when one logically combines the DisneyVillainDeath and FreezeFrameBonus tropes from above: though his tumble was evidently into the castle's moat (though we never hear the splash for some reason), the villain must not have survived.

to:

* SmugSnake: Gaston shows the classic 'too "too confident to fail' fail" attitude when he storyboards his EvilPlan.
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: This movie does Does better with female cast members better than other Disney Renaissance Movies. Belle is the protagonist with Mrs Potts in a big supporting role. There's also a sizeable collection of female side characters like the wardrobe, the feather duster and Gaston's three Bimbettes.
* SoftWater: This is realistically Realistically averted, when one logically combines the DisneyVillainDeath and FreezeFrameBonus tropes from above: though his tumble was evidently into the castle's moat (though we never hear the splash for some reason), the villain must not have survived.



* SophisticatedAsHell: Gaston in his VillainSong, singing about "expectorating" in the same song as how "slick" he is.

to:

* SophisticatedAsHell: Gaston in his VillainSong, singing about "expectorating" in the same song way as how "slick" he is. is.



* SpotlightStealingSquad: [=LeFou=] is this in the theatrical version because watching him lead another chorus of "No one Xs like Gaston!" is somehow twice as funny with a live person on stage.

to:

* SpotlightStealingSquad: [=LeFou=] is this in the theatrical version because watching version. Watching him lead another chorus of "No one Xs like Gaston!" is somehow twice as funny with a live person on stage.



* SteamPunk: Maurice's automatic wood-chopping machine is steam powered. It appears to be the ''only'' thing steam powered in the entire village as well as a new invention.

to:

* SteamPunk: Maurice's automatic wood-chopping machine is steam powered. It appears to be the ''only'' thing that's steam powered in the entire village as well as a new invention. invention.



* VillainousCrush: Gaston's crush on Belle is villainous because he is goes to vile and extreme lengths to make her accept it.

to:

* VillainousCrush: Gaston's crush on Belle is villainous because he is goes to vile and extreme lengths to make her accept it. Gaston, for Belle.



* VillainSong: "Gaston" is a monument to Gaston's titanic ego. Also, "The Mob Song" is lead by Gaston at his most evil and describes his plan to kill his rival in love.
* TheVillainSucksSong: The praises heaped upon Gaston in "Gaston" are somewhat double-edged, such as he bites in wrestling matches, takes cheap shots, and overturns tables when he losses.

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* VillainSong: "Gaston" is a monument to Gaston's titanic ego. Also, and its reprise, "The Mob Song" is lead by Gaston at his most evil and describes his plan to kill his rival in love.
Song".
* TheVillainSucksSong: The praises heaped upon Gaston in "Gaston" the song are somewhat double-edged, such as he bites biting in wrestling matches, takes taking cheap shots, and overturns flipping tables when he losses. loses.



* WildHair: The Beast has this in a mane form at his most beastly. It better groomed by the end of the movie as he recovers his humanity.

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* WildHair: The Beast has this in a mane form at his most beastly. It better groomed by the end of the movie as he recovers his humanity. form.



* XanatosSpeedChess: Gaston's plotting in the second half of the film is a result of quickly adapting to meet new conditions. Belle refuses to marry him? Use Maurice's rantings to declare him insane and blackmail her. She proves Maurice was telling the truth? Rally the town to kill the Beast now that he knows Belle loves him. Find himself outmatched? Beg for his life and then backstab.

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* XanatosSpeedChess: Gaston's plotting in the second half of the film is a result of quickly adapting to meet new conditions. Belle refuses to marry him? Use Maurice's rantings to declare him insane and blackmail her. She proves Maurice was telling the truth? Rally the town to kill the Beast now that he knows Belle loves him. Find himself outmatched? Beg for his life and then literally backstab.
18th Jun '18 8:38:04 AM Willbyr
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** Cogsworth is a lot like Creator/DavidOgdenStiers's ''Series/{{Mash}'' character, Major Charles Emerson Winchester III; in fact, like much like Charles, Stiers gave Cogsworth an accent to emphasize what an uptight snob he can be.

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** Cogsworth is a lot like Creator/DavidOgdenStiers's ''Series/{{Mash}'' ''Series/{{Mash}}'' character, Major Charles Emerson Winchester III; in fact, like much like Charles, Stiers gave Cogsworth an accent to emphasize what an uptight snob he can be.
18th Jun '18 8:37:38 AM Willbyr
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** Cogsworth is a lot like Creator/DavidOgdenStiers's ''[[Series/{{Mash}} M*A*S*H]]'' character, Major Charles Emerson Winchester III; in fact, like much like Charles, Stiers gave Cogsworth an accent to emphasize what an uptight snob he can be.

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** Cogsworth is a lot like Creator/DavidOgdenStiers's ''[[Series/{{Mash}} M*A*S*H]]'' ''Series/{{Mash}'' character, Major Charles Emerson Winchester III; in fact, like much like Charles, Stiers gave Cogsworth an accent to emphasize what an uptight snob he can be.
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* ActorAllusion:
** Cogsworth is a lot like Creator/DavidOgdenStiers's ''[[Series/{{Mash}} M*A*S*H]]'' character, Major Charles Emerson Winchester III; in fact, like much like Charles, Stiers gave Cogsworth an accent to emphasize what an uptight snob he can be.
** In the fantasy computer game ''VideoGame/KingsQuestVI'' which said series references and spoofs all kinds of fantasy, fairy tales and mythology. Robbie Benson plays the protagonist, Prince Alexander, who at one point meets the game's own interpretation of ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast''. One NonStandardGameOver has Alexander turning into a beast himself.
** Creator/JackieChan was actually the Asian voice of the Beast, and sang a Chinese version of the classic theme song from Creator/AngelaLansbury, Celine Dion and Peabo Bryson. This got referenced in the final season of his cartoon ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'' when he absorbs a beastly power.
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%%%%%%%%%%% Zero context example.
%%%%%* AdorablyPrecociousChild: Chip.
* {{Adorkable}}:
** The Beast at times during his more awkward moments. Belle spells out what Adorkable is in her song "Something There".

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%%%%%*
* AdorablyPrecociousChild: Chip.
* {{Adorkable}}:
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{{Adorkable}}: The Beast at times during his more awkward moments. Belle spells out what Adorkable is in her song "Something There".



* AesopCollateralDamage: The household staff, doomed to be objects until their prince learns his lesson. The Broadway version softens the collateral damage by having the staff discuss that they were the ones who had let the Beast turn into a {{spoiled brat}} in the first place, however it still doesn't justify turning a ''seven year old'' into a teacup [[note]] Assuming the Enchantress is one of the Fair Folk, then this could be mercy; leaving human would lead to a strange orphan-like relationship with his immortal teapot mother but this is getting into speculation [[/note]].

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* AesopCollateralDamage: The household staff, doomed to be objects until their prince learns his lesson. The Broadway version softens the collateral damage by having the staff discuss that they were the ones who had let the Beast turn into a {{spoiled brat}} in the first place, however it still doesn't justify turning a ''seven year old'' into a teacup [[note]] Assuming [[note]]Assuming the Enchantress is one of the Fair Folk, then this could be mercy; leaving human would lead to a strange orphan-like relationship with his immortal teapot mother but this is getting into speculation [[/note]].speculation[[/note]].



* TheAgeless: Implied to be the case with Beast and his staff, as the Beast's adult human form is shown in the prologue as a portrait and Chip couldn't have been conceived after that point.

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* TheAgeless: Implied to be the case with the Beast and his staff, as the Beast's his adult human form is shown in the prologue as a portrait and Chip couldn't have been conceived after that point.



%%%%* AmericanGothicCouple: Cogsworth and Mrs. Potts looking like this during the CutSong (and later restored for the special edition release) "Human Again."

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%%%%* * AmericanGothicCouple: Cogsworth and Mrs. Potts looking like this during the CutSong (and later restored for the special edition release) "Human Again."



%%%%%%What happens?
%%%%* AshFace: Cogsworth, in the "Be Our Guest" number,

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%%%%%%What happens?
%%%%*
* AshFace: Cogsworth, in the "Be Our Guest" number,number.



* BeastMan: The prince was cursed into a chimera-like creature who, though he walks on all fours, is still humanoid, .

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* BeastMan: The prince was cursed into a chimera-like creature who, though he walks on all fours, is still humanoid, . humanoid.



%%%%** Cogsworth and the wardrobe in the musical, though it's less obvious.

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%%%%** ** Cogsworth and the wardrobe in the musical, though it's less obvious.



* ConspicuousCG:
** The ballroom sequence hasn't aged too well, but at the time it was considered ''spectacular'' and a huge step forward in animation techniques. The scene still impresses with the way the traditionally-animated characters maintain a precise perspective with the CG background. And [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments a heartwarming sequence set to a haunting-yet-beautiful song never ages]].

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* ConspicuousCG:
**
ConspicuousCG: The ballroom sequence hasn't aged too well, but at the time it was considered ''spectacular'' and a huge step forward in animation techniques. The scene still impresses with the way the traditionally-animated characters maintain a precise perspective with the CG background. And [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments a heartwarming sequence set to a haunting-yet-beautiful song never ages]].



%%%%* CoolHorse: Phillipe.
* CostumePorn: Belle's magnificent yellow ball gown for her DanceOfRomance with the Beast, among other slightly less fancy dresses. Then there is Beast's formal blue suit, which makes him look a ''lot'' more like a prince.
* CoveredInMud: After Belle rejects Gaston's marriage proposal, Gaston falls over and lands in the pigs' mud hole, and in front of the whole town too.

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%%%%* * CoolHorse: Phillipe.
* CostumePorn: Belle's magnificent yellow ball gown for her DanceOfRomance with the Beast, among other slightly less fancy dresses. Then there is Beast's formal blue suit, which makes him look a ''lot'' more like a prince.
prince.
* CoveredInMud: After Belle rejects Gaston's marriage proposal, Gaston falls over and lands in the pigs' mud hole, and in front of the whole town too.



** The original "cute" character of the movie was a music box, which was supposed to be a musical version of Dopey from ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''. But when the character Chip's role was expanded, the music box idea was scrapped. However the music box can be seen for a brief moment on a table next to Lumière just before the fight between the enchanted objects and the villagers in the Beast's castle.

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** The original "cute" character of the movie was a music box, which was supposed to be a musical version of Dopey from ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''. But when the character Chip's role was expanded, the music box idea was scrapped. However the music box can be seen for a brief moment on a table next to Lumière just before the fight between the enchanted objects and the villagers in the Beast's castle.



%%%%% " The Beast has these." is not context.
%%%%%* ExpressiveEars:

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%%%%% " * ExpressiveEars: The Beast has these." is not context.
%%%%%* ExpressiveEars:



* GentleGiant: In the film's second half, the tall and broad chimera is also a sweetheart thanks to LoveRedeems.

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* GentleGiant: In the film's second half, the tall and broad chimera Beast is also a sweetheart thanks to LoveRedeems.



** The library in the Beast's castle bears a strong resemblance to the oval reading room of the Richelieu Building at the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris.

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** The library in the Beast's castle bears a strong resemblance to the oval reading room of the Richelieu Building at the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris.



** Gaston, on the other hand, is a textbook example of a {{Jerkass}}, through and through; mean, manipulative, selfish etc.

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** Gaston, on the other hand, is a textbook example of a {{Jerkass}}, through and through; mean, manipulative, selfish selfish, etc.



* LanternJawOfJustice: Gaston has strong and square jaw... but he's [[InvertedTrope a villain]].

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* LanternJawOfJustice: Gaston has a strong and square jaw... but he's [[InvertedTrope a villain]].



* LightningBruiser: Despite his size, Beast is agile, fast and able to beat wolves.
* LimaSyndrome: Beast falling for his captive, Belle. It is a deconstruction; by the time this happened, she was less a captive and more like an honored guest that wasn't allowed to leave.
** Alluded to in the stage adaptation when Beast lets Belle go.

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* LightningBruiser: Beast. Despite his size, Beast is he's agile, fast and able to beat wolves.
* LimaSyndrome: Beast falling for his captive, Belle. It is a deconstruction; by the time this happened, she was less a captive and more like an honored guest that wasn't allowed to leave.
leave.
** Alluded to in the stage adaptation when Beast lets Belle go.



* LiteralMetaphor: Get it?! [[spoiler:Gaston stabbed the Beast in the back!]]



** Belle is French for "beautiful", since the original tale is French and its title in French is "La Belle et la Bête" ("The Beautiful and the Beast"). This even gets a LampshadeHanging by one of the female villagers, who sings, "Now it's no wonder that her name means 'beauty' / Her looks have got no parallel..."
** In the original de Beaumont fairytale (or at least the earliest version we have), she has a different name, but we never learn it. [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep Everyone just calls her La Belle]]. Her name ''being'' Belle is an improvement. (The Beast doesn't have a name there either.)

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** Belle is French for "beautiful", since the original tale is French and its title in French is "La Belle et la Bête" ("The Beautiful and the Beast"). This even gets a LampshadeHanging by one of the female villagers, who sings, "Now it's no wonder that her name means 'beauty' / Her looks have got no parallel..."
"
** In the original de Beaumont fairytale (or at least the earliest version we have), she has a different name, but we never learn it. [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep Everyone just calls her La Belle]]. Her name ''being'' Belle is an improvement. (The Beast doesn't have a name there either.) )



* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: Most of the cast; as ''MAD Magazine'' pointed out in their parody, this is especially noticeable because of Lumiere's extremely pronounced accent. Cogsworth and Mrs. Potts have ''British'' accents, because all butlers ''must'' be British. They shouldn't even be speaking English anyway, so....artistic license.
* NotGoodWithRejection: Gaston's response is to drink and sulk. When he finds out he has a rival, he goes out to kill the guy.

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* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: Most of the cast; as ''MAD Magazine'' pointed out in their parody, this is especially noticeable because of Lumiere's extremely pronounced accent. Cogsworth and Mrs. Potts have ''British'' accents, because all butlers ''must'' be British. They shouldn't even be speaking English anyway, so....so...artistic license.
* NotGoodWithRejection: Gaston's response is to drink and sulk. When he finds out he has a rival, he goes out to kill the guy.



** Beast gets one when he's drives Belle out of the West Wing; after a moment he realizes what he's done - quite possibly scared away his ''only'' chance of breaking the spell - and [[FacePalm he buries his face in his hand]] [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone in despair.]]

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** Beast gets one earlier in the film, when he's drives Belle out of the West Wing; after a moment he realizes what he's done - quite possibly scared away his ''only'' chance of breaking the spell - and [[FacePalm he buries his face in his hand]] [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone in despair.]]



* PetTheDog: The Beast learning to feed the birds in the "Something There" sequence is a crystal clear indication that he's no longer anti-villain and is trying to be more kind and noble.

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* PetTheDog: The Beast learning to feed the birds in the "Something There" sequence sequence, which is a crystal clear indication that he's no longer an anti-villain and is trying to be more kind and noble. noble.



* PlayingHardToGet: What Gaston tends to think Belle wants him and is just making him catch her, which suits both is ego and his hunting trait. Naturally, she's honestly not interested in him.
* PleaseIWillDoAnything: Twice, someone beseeches the Beast to show mercy, and both times he does.

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* PlayingHardToGet: What Gaston tends to think Belle wants him and is just making him catch her, which suits both is his ego and his hunting trait. Naturally, she's honestly not interested in him.
him.
* PleaseIWillDoAnything: Twice, someone beseeches the Beast to show mercy, and both times he does.



* ThePollyanna: The servants are as desperate as the Beast for breaking the spell but they are also more optimistic and at least try to keep their lifes as normal as they can.

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* ThePollyanna: The servants servants. They are as desperate as the Beast for breaking the spell but spell. But they are also more optimistic and at least try to keep their lifes as normal as they can. can.



* PrimalStance: The Beast is stuck in this pose for the first half of the movie; in fact it's kind of hard to tell just how tall he is because he spends so much time bent over. The first shot of Belle and the Beast standing face-to-face shows that while he's taller than her she can still look him directly in the eye. The ballroom scene is one of the few times he's actually standing up straight and it becomes obvious that he completely dwarfs her. Gaston, who stands and walks upright, until near the end of the film, he reveals his evil self and starts to stand and walk like this.

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* PrimalStance: The Beast is stuck in this pose for the first half of the movie; in fact it's kind of hard to tell just how tall he is because he spends so much time bent over. The first shot of Belle and the Beast standing face-to-face shows that while he's taller than her she can still look him directly in the eye. The ballroom scene is one of the few times he's actually standing up straight and it becomes obvious that he completely dwarfs her. And Gaston, who stands and walks upright, until near the end of the film, he reveals his evil self and starts to stand and walk like this.



* PrinceCharmless: Beast was this before the curse and before Belle came into his life; lack of princely manners was the reason he was cursed in the first place. Gaston is more definitely this, but only Belle shows much awareness of it.

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* PrinceCharmless: Beast was this before the curse and before Belle came into his life; his lack of princely manners was the reason he was cursed in the first place. Gaston is more definitely this, but only Belle shows much awareness of it.



** Gaston pretends he's doing this when he goes to kill the Beast because he paints the Beast as a monster.

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** Gaston pretends he's doing this when he goes to kill the Beast because he paints the Beast him as a monster. monster.



* ScreamsLikeALittleGirl: Gaston screams like the opposite of a paragon of manliness as [[spoiler: [[DisneyVillainDeath falls to his doom]].]]
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere:
** After Beast rages at Belle for nearly touching the rose, Belle realizes she'd be in too much danger if she stayed. She comes back mainly because Beast saved her from a pack of wolves.

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* ScreamsLikeALittleGirl: Gaston screams like the opposite of a paragon of manliness as he [[spoiler: [[DisneyVillainDeath falls to his doom]].]]
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere:
**
ScrewThisImOuttaHere: After Beast rages at Belle for nearly touching the rose, Belle realizes she'd be in too much danger if she stayed. She comes back mainly because Beast saved her from a pack of wolves.



* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Belle shuns the good-looking but thoroughly vain and egomaniac Gaston and disliked the Beast initially because of his monstrous looks and serious temper problems. Once the Beast shows he is brave, thoughtful and capable of good, she falls for him.
* {{Slapstick}}: The servants fight against the villagers was largely this, though there are one or two scenes that dip into frightening territory-like the scene when the Wardrobe dove off a balcony and landed on a guy was hilarious, but after a cut to Gaston looking for the Beast, we cut back to see her fighting other townsmen-and the guy she landed on is lying limp and lifeless in a crater where she landed on him, his weapon still in his hand, arms and legs sticking out of the hole and spread askew in what looks like death.

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* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Belle shuns the good-looking but thoroughly vain and egomaniac Gaston and disliked the Beast initially because of his monstrous looks and serious temper problems. Once the Beast shows he is brave, thoughtful determined and capable of good, she falls for him.
him.
* {{Slapstick}}: The servants fight against the villagers was largely this, though there are one or two scenes that dip into frightening territory-like the scene when the Wardrobe dove off a balcony and landed on a guy was hilarious, but after a cut to Gaston looking for the Beast, we cut back to see her fighting other townsmen-and the guy she landed on is lying limp and lifeless in a crater where she landed on him, his weapon still in his hand, arms and legs sticking out of the hole and spread askew in what looks like death.



* SmugSnake: Gaston shows the classic 'too confident to fail' attitude when he storyboards his EvilPlan.
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: This movie does better with female cast members than other Disney Renaissance Movies. Belle is the protagonist with Mrs Potts in a big supporting role. There's also a sizeable collection of female side characters like the wardrobe, the feather duster and Gaston's three Bimbettes.
* SoftWater: This is realistically averted, when one logically combines the DisneyVillainDeath and FreezeFrameBonus tropes from above: though his tumble was evidently into the castle's moat (though we never hear the splash for some reason), the villain must not have survived.
* SnowballFight: Belle is lucky that the enormous snowball done by the Beast didn't hit her (but him, instead.).

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* SmugSnake: Gaston shows the classic 'too "too confident to fail' fail" attitude when he storyboards his EvilPlan.
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: This movie does Does better with female cast members than other Disney Renaissance Movies. Belle is the protagonist with Mrs Potts in a big supporting role. There's also a sizeable collection of female side characters like the wardrobe, the feather duster and Gaston's three Bimbettes.
* SoftWater: This is realistically Realistically averted, when one logically combines the DisneyVillainDeath and FreezeFrameBonus tropes from above: though his tumble was evidently into the castle's moat (though we never hear the splash for some reason), the villain must not have survived.
* SnowballFight: Belle is lucky that the enormous snowball done by the Beast didn't hit her (but him, instead.).



* SophisticatedAsHell: Gaston in his VillainSong, singing about "expectorating" in the same song as how "slick" he is.

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* SophisticatedAsHell: Gaston in his VillainSong, singing about "expectorating" in the same song way as how "slick" he is. is.



* SpotlightStealingSquad: [=LeFou=] is this in the theatrical version because watching him lead another chorus of "No one Xs like Gaston!" is somehow twice as funny with a live person on stage.
* StalkerWithACrush: Gaston tracks down the Beast to his castle in order to kill him and take Belle for himself.

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* SpotlightStealingSquad: [=LeFou=] is this in the theatrical version because watching version. Watching him lead another chorus of "No one Xs like Gaston!" is somehow twice as funny with a live person on stage.
* StalkerWithACrush: Gaston tracks down the Beast to his castle in order to kill him and take Belle for himself.



* SteamPunk: Maurice's automatic wood-chopping machine is steam powered. It appears to be the ''only'' thing steam powered in the entire village as well as a new invention.

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* SteamPunk: Maurice's automatic wood-chopping machine is steam powered. It appears to be the ''only'' thing that's steam powered in the entire village as well as a new invention. invention.



* TechnoBabble: Cogsworth's architecture lecture: "As you can see, the pseudo-façade was stripped away to reveal the minimalist Rococo design. Note the unusual inverted vaulted ceilings. This is yet another example of the late neoclassic Baroque period." Rococo or Late Baroque and Neoclassical are two very distinct architectural movements. "minimalist Rococo" is an oxymoron, as is inverted vaulting. And pseudo-facade is redundant. It's clearly on purpose.

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* TechnoBabble: Cogsworth's architecture lecture: "As you can see, the pseudo-façade was stripped away to reveal the minimalist Rococo design. Note the unusual inverted vaulted ceilings. This is yet another example of the late neoclassic Baroque period." Rococo or Late Baroque and Neoclassical are two very distinct architectural movements. "minimalist Rococo" is an oxymoron, as is inverted vaulting. And pseudo-facade is redundant. It's clearly on purpose.



* VillainsWantsMercy: After invading the castle and kicking him while he's done, Gaston pathetically begs for his life as Beast is dangling him over the edge of the tower.

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* VillainsWantsMercy: VillainWantsMercy: After invading the castle and kicking him while he's done, Gaston pathetically begs for his life as Beast is dangling him over the edge of the tower.



* VillainousCrush: Gaston's crush on Belle is villainous because he is goes to vile and extreme lengths to make her accept it.

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* VillainousCrush: Gaston's crush on Belle is villainous because he is goes to vile and extreme lengths to make her accept it. Gaston, for Belle.



* VillainSong: "Gaston" is a monument to Gaston's titanic ego. Also, "The Mob Song" is lead by Gaston at his most evil and describes his plan to kill his rival in love.
* TheVillainSucksSong: The praises heaped upon Gaston in "Gaston" are somewhat double-edged, such as he bites in wrestling matches, takes cheap shots, and overturns tables when he losses.

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* VillainSong: "Gaston" is a monument to Gaston's titanic ego. Also, and its reprise, "The Mob Song" is lead by Gaston at his most evil and describes his plan to kill his rival in love.
*
Song".
**
TheVillainSucksSong: The praises heaped upon Gaston in "Gaston" the song are somewhat double-edged, such as he bites biting in wrestling matches, takes taking cheap shots, and overturns flipping tables when he losses. loses.



* WildHair: The Beast has this in a mane form at his most beastly. It better groomed by the end of the movie as he recovers his humanity.

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* WildHair: The Beast has this in a mane form at his most beastly. It better groomed by the end of the movie as he recovers his humanity. form.



* XanatosSpeedChess: Gaston's plotting in the second half of the film is a result of quickly adapting to meet new conditions. Belle refuses to marry him? Use Maurice's rantings to declare him insane and blackmail her. She proves Maurice was telling the truth? Rally the town to kill the Beast now that he knows Belle loves him. Find himself outmatched? Beg for his life and then backstab.

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* XanatosSpeedChess: Gaston's plotting in the second half of the film is a result of quickly adapting to meet new conditions.conditions.. Belle refuses to marry him? Use Maurice's rantings to declare him insane and blackmail her. She proves Maurice was telling the truth? Rally the town to kill the Beast now that he knows Belle loves him. Find himself outmatched? Beg for his life and then literally backstab.
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